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Starbucks Hopes to Win Over Coffee Snobs With More Fancy Coffee Shops

The coffee giant goes head to head with premium roasters Starbucks’ continues to pour money into its attempt to woo coffee snobs. On Thursday, company CEO Howard Schultz told Reuters that the chain plans to expand its line of upscale,...Show More Summary

'Top Chef' Veterans Returning for Season 14 Include John Tesar, Sam Talbot

And six other familiar faces Bravo’s seemingly never-ending cooking competition series returns for its fourteenth season in December — and this time around, Top Chef will have plenty of familiar faces besides Padma and Tom. Last week...Show More Summary

Watch: When Alton Brown Wants Doughnuts, He Gets 150 Doughnuts

The "Eat Your Science" star asked his fans for baked goods, and boy did they deliver

A Brief History of the Slurpee, a Frozen American Icon

For millions of people across the world, nostalgia tastes like a sweet and icy sip (er, slurp) of a 7-Eleven Slurpee. When you pull the lever on a Slurpee machine inside any 7-Eleven store on the planet, the fizzy, fluffy frozen beverage likely tastes just like the first one you ever tried. Show More Summary

Vegan Brisket Is Here; Brooklyn Cafe Charges by the Minute

Five things to know today Happy Thursday. In today’s food news: meatless brisket has arrived to terrorize Texas barbecue lovers; a new coffee shop in Brooklyn charges by the minute; the world’s rarest pasta; and California restaurants...Show More Summary

Spanish Chef David Muñoz’s StreetXO Hits London October 31

One of the most anticipated openings of the year One of Spain’s most lauded restaurants lands in London this month: Chef David Muñoz’s StreetXO just announced it’s opening October 31 in the Mayfair district, after more than two years...Show More Summary

Pizza Hut's Pizza-Ordering Tattoo Makes No Sense

But it knows where you live As the pizza delivery wars heat up, Pizza Hut has unveiled a new, confusing, and entirely unnecessary way to order a pie: via temporary tattoo. And it knows where you live. Pizza Hut UK today announced it has created the world’s first pizza ordering tattoo. Show More Summary

Wall of Taco Trucks Surrounds Trump Hotel in Vegas

"Build bridges, not walls" Last night a Trump Wall finally came to fruition, but it wasn’t quite the kind the Republican candidate has spent the last several months proselytizing. Instead, it took shape as a barrier of taco trucks surrounding...Show More Summary

“You Girls Having Fun?”

Women in bars don't always have the best experiences. Yes, we have fun and drink and dance on tables, or sit down and have good times with friends, or play skee-ball or win quiz games or hook up or have interesting conversations, or do any of the things that humans do in bars. Show More Summary

Google Enters the Restaurant Business With Chopt's Help

It’s Google’s world. We just live in it. Google hospitality? It's coming, and it will probably be vegetarian. QSR Magazine reports that salad chain Chop’t has been testing two “veggie labs” in partnership with Google. The concepts are so far only available on Google campuses in New York and California. Show More Summary

Facebook Traps Hungry Users by Offering Food Delivery Within Its App

There’s also a recommendation feature Dozens of apps — GrubHub, Seamless, Caviar, Postmates — deliver restaurant food by courier. The market may seem saturated, but a new player is joining the fray. In its quest to control the universe, Facebook (yes, Facebook) thinks it has the solution. Show More Summary

Pizza Master Chris Bianco’s Newest Restaurant Does Not Serve Pizza

His pies will live on at two other locations A storied American pizza maker is distancing himself ever so slightly from the very thing that shaped his career, the New York Times reports. Chris Bianco, the chef behind Phoenix’s acclaimed...Show More Summary

Watch: Turn Your Sad Leftovers Into Fancy Fried Rice

Chicken and rice gets a facelift the next day with this leftover hack

A Culinary Guide to the 20 Arrondissements in Paris

Spiraling outward from the center of the city, the twenty civic regions of Paris's numbered arrondissement system are a series of zoned administrative districts. They largely overlap with the city's organically formed neighborhoods, though some straddle arronidissement boundaries—the Marais, for instance, encompasses both the third and fourth. Show More Summary

Where to Eat In Paris’s Little Tokyo

Explore the ramen, sushi, udon and more tucked away in a neighborhood near the Louvre Not far from the Louvre, near the Palais Royal, lies Rue Sainte-Anne, the heart of Paris's Little Tokyo. This is where the city's estimated 31,000Show More Summary

Where to Eat at the Louvre

If you visit Paris, sooner or later you’re going to end up at the Louvre. The massive, maze-like, mind-boggling collection of artistic wonders is inarguably one of the city’s greatest treasures—if not the world’s—and it is very, very much worth your time, even if you’re really only in Paris to eat. Show More Summary

Mastering the Art of French Dining

From childhood, the French are raised to appreciate the art of dining, and the many rituals that accompany it—even public school lunches include a cheese course. Part of the reason you’re traveling to France is, presumably, to tap into that gastronomic reverence. Show More Summary

Where to Eat in the Marais

We have a saying in my family: Every city has a Jewish quarter. My father insists on finding it, even if it's nothing more than a random old synagogue somewhere. And since Dad planned my first trip to Paris, it's no surprise that myShow More Summary

The Eater Guide to Paris

Paris is fantastic. That's really all there is to it. Travel tastes ebb and flow, trends rise and fall, but Paris remains: 100 square kilometers of the world's densest concentration of beauty, history, art, politics, and — of course — cuisine. Show More Summary

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